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What to Watch Weekend 8/16-8/18: Season finale of True Blood


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This weekend, catch all new episodes of Say Yes to the Dress, What Not to Wear and True Blood.

What to Watch: Friday, August 16

9:00pm: Say Yes to the Dress, TLC (30 mins) SEASON PREMIERE

Twin sisters clash over the style of a wedding gown. Elsewhere, Actress Kristen Chenoweth is on the hunt for the perfect dress for her assistant, Julie Trussell, and a woman attempts to appease her sister's choosy tastes.

9:30pm: Say Yes to the Dress, TLC (30 mins) NEW

A bride wishes to share her big day with her sister, who has Down Syndrome, and goes in search of two dresses they both would love. Meanwhile, a former "The Bachelor" competitor looks for another gown, and a woman shows up for a rush fitting after losing a considerable amount of weight.

10:00pm: What Not to Wear, TLC (1 hr) NEW

A stage mother sets out to reinvent herself and elects to trade her boots, skirts and layers in for a classier image.

This morning and afternoon, check your local listings for information about EllenThe Talk (CBS) and The Chew (ABC). Days of Our Lives on NBC (check local listings for time) features gay character Will as a series regular; keep an eye out for developments between Will and Sonny.

What to Watch: Sunday, August 18

9:00pm: True Blood, HBO (1 hr) SEASON FINALE

When a dangerous threat rocks the foundations of both the vampire and human worlds, Sookie seriously thinks about her relationship with Warlow. Elsewhere, Bill must come to terms with the fact that he has to pay the price for salvation, and Jason deals with vampire attraction for the first time.



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